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  1. Vocabulary Flashcards | Vocabulary Test
    fissure [ fish-er ]
     noun, intransitive verb, transitive verb ]
     MEANING :
     1. (n.) a crack, groove or cleft
    2. (n.) a division, separation or schism
    3. (tr.v.) to cause the formation of a crack
    (intr.v.) to split or cause cracking
     The fissure deepened because of the flowing rain water.
     The combination of the lack of an obvious leader and the general political combustibility of the Republican Party will lead to a dangerous fissure that will plague it until the 2012 election cycle.
    CNN, 2009 political predictions: What will be the big story?, January 2, 2009
    arduous [ Brit., ahr-dyoo-uh's, ahr-joo-uh' s ]
     adjective ]
     MEANING :
     1. onerous, laborious, strenuous or difficult
    2. steep or difficult to climb
     It was an arduous journey.
     Twelve polling personnel had to undertake an arduous trek of over 45 km through knee-deep snow to reach two polling stations in the Ladakh Parliamentary seat where votes will be cast on Friday.
    The Times of India, 12 poll officials trek treacherous terrain for 37 voters, 13 May 2009
    bovine [ BOH-vahyn ]
     noun, adjective ]
     MEANING :
     1. (adj.) pertaining to cattle
    2. (adj.) ox like
    3. (n.) cattle
     He was a veterinarian who specialized in bovine diseases.
     This week, the British Veterinary Association approved a new policy position, strongly and explicitly supporting the culling of badgers to assist the control of bovine Tuberculosis (bTB).
    The Telegraph, Vets support the killing of badgers, Peter Wedderburn, 11 July 2009.
    wring [ ring ]
     noun, intransitive verb, transitive verb ]
     MEANING :
     1. (tr. v.) to squeeze, twist or compress to extract liquid
    2. (tr. v.) to forcibly twist or wrench
    3. (tr. v.) to shake someone's hand
    4. (tr. v.) to obtain by force
    5. (intr. v.) to squirm
    6. (n.) a twist or the act of squeezing
     Every day the maid would wring out the water from the washed clothes and then hang them out to dry.
     He is now beginning a fresh effort to wring concessions from China.
    BBC, Tibetans struggle with Chinese changes, Adam Brookes, 6 December 2002.
    debris [ duh'-BREE or especially Brit., DEB-ree ]
     noun ]
     MEANING :
     1. wreckage, ruins, rubble or the remains of anything broken down
    2. an accumulation of loose rock fragments
    3. litter or carelessly discarded refuse
     The road was blocked with debris from the building that had collapsed.
     The report pointed out that on or below every square mile of our ocean, there were 46,000 pieces of floating marine debris and that the problem was particularly acute in certain areas.
    CNN, Opinion: Creating a sea of change, David de Rothschild, 7 March 2010.

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  3. If in a plan there are four points such that AB=BC=CA=DA and angle BDC = x degree , where x is less than 180 degree , then maximum possible value of x= ?

  4. Find next number in series 1. 14   8  9  14  5  30  ?
      2. 5  7  18  47  105  ?

  5. Daily RC Passage for the date 29-Apr-17

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  6. Vocabulary Flashcards | Vocabulary Test
    esoteric [ es-uh'-TER-ik ]
     adjective ]
     MEANING :
     1. understood by or designed for only a select few
    2. requiring or showcasing special knowledge that is revealed only to a small group
    3. private; confidential
    4. of a rare, special, or unusual interest
     The esoteric seminar on "the relevance of the Upanishads in present day society" attracted a sparse audience.
     The agenda featured esoteric items like a discussion of 19th-century social attitudes toward the germ theory and a detailed analysis of the inks that Galileo used in one of his manuscripts.
    The New York Times, Esoteric Wedge of Academia Is Roiled by Hunt for Bomber, WILLIAM J. BROAD, August 5, 1995
    culmination [ kuhl-muh'-NEY-shuh' n ]
     noun ]
     MEANING :
     1. climax, highest degree, peak or acme
    2. completion or end
    3. an act or instance of culminating
     The culmination of his career came in 1978.
     It is the most amazing culmination to what has been quite a year for me. Hamilton said
    BBC, Hoy knighted in New Year honours, 31 December 2008
    alloy [ n. AL-oi, uh'-LOI; v. Uh'-LOI ]
     noun, transitive verb ]
     MEANING :
     1. (n.) a mixture or two or more metals that is homogenous in nature
    2. (n.) the degree or fineness of gold or silver
    3. (tr.v.) to moderate, debase or temper by mixing with something that is inferior
    4. (tr.v.) to mix two or more metallic elements and make an alloy
     The alloy was incorrectly perceived to be the strongest metal.
     The nickel-tungsten alloy can be extremely bright and shiny, and even made to become harder than chrome.
    Economist, Shine on me, Jun 4th 2009
    appall [ uh'-PAWL ]
     transitive verb ]
     MEANING :
     1. to overcome with horror
    2. to fill with dismay or alarm
     The people were appalled when they heard that the murderer was to be released from prison.
     This is an extremely damaging and retrograde step which will appall businesses of all sizes which are already being hammered by the charge.
    BBC, Dismay at congestion charge hike, 1 April 2005.
    eccentricity [ ek-suh'n-TRIS-i-tee ]
     noun ]
     MEANING :
     1. a peculiarity or an oddity
    2. idiosyncrasy or the quality of being strangely odd
    3. a deviation from the normal or the expected
     M. F. Hussain the famous artist is also noted for his eccentricity.
     Oil City Confidential celebrates English eccentricity and cussedness, as well as great music, and the band's brilliant, boggle-eyed guitarist Wilko Johnson is surely the only pop star in recorded history capable of quoting from Langland's daunting Middle English poem Piers Plowman.
    The Telegraph, Wildlife Photographer of the Year - how to soothe a savage breast, Wildlife Photographer of the Year - how to soothe a savage breast, 9 March 2010.

  7. Question Of The Day (29-April-17)

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  9. Find the area of a square, which is sandwiched between two congruent tangential circles of radius 10 cm and their tangent.

    Additional Notes: Ignore the tangent passing through the point of contact of the two circles in the figure.
    (No options were given but the correct answer to the question is known)

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  11. Daily RC Passage for the date 28-Apr-17

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    iconoclast [ ahy-KON-uh'-klast ]
     noun ]
     MEANING :
     1. a person who destroys religious images or objects to their worship
    2. a person who attacks prejudices, beliefs or institutions that are based on superstitions or erroneous rationale
     Only an iconoclast like Raja Rammohan Roy could have succeeded in abolishing sati from Hindu society.
     A natural-born iconoclast, Fela was a legend in his own lifetime; as infamous for his lifestyle and politics as he was acclaimed for his music.
    National Geographic, Fela Kuti
    splenetic [ spli-NET-ik ]
     noun, adjective ]
     MEANING :
     1. (adj.) splenetic or pertaining to the spleen
    2. (adj.) spiteful, peevish or ill-tempered
    3. (n.) one who is splenetic in nature
     The meeting between the management and the labourers was marked by disruptions due to the splenetic behaviour of the union leader.
     As if Jacqui Smith didn't have troubles enough at home, she has now put up the back of one of America's most splenetic radio talk-show hosts.
    Economist, The creeps of wrath, May 7th 2009
    babble [ BAB-uh'l ]
     noun, intransitive verb, transitive verb ]
     MEANING :
     1. (intr. v.) to say meaningless and indistinct words
    2. (tr. v.) to speak rapidly and indistinctly
    3. (n.) unclear and meaningless talk
     The toddler babbled in response to questions asked.
     Babies this age often begin to babble, squeal, gurgle and laugh.
    CNN, Infant development: What happens from 4 to 6 months? 17 June 2009.
    cleave [ kleev ]
     intransitive verb, transitive verb ]
     MEANING :
     1. (tr.v.) to penetrate or pierce
    2. (tr.v.) to divide, disunite or split
    3. (intr.v.) to split or fall apart
    4. (intr.v.) to cling or adhere closely
     The JCB machine cleaved a path through the dense jungle so that a road could be built which connected the two villages.
     For this cause shall a man leave father and mother, and shall cleave to his wife, and they two shall be in one flesh.
    BBC, Divorce and the Catholic Church, 30 October 2009.
    bestial [ BES-chuh'l ]
     adjective ]
     MEANING :
     1. beastly or pertaining to or in the form of a beast
    2. inhuman behaviour
    3. debased or marked by depravity
     The legend is about a person who assumed a bestial form on the night of the full moon.
     Fr Murray, a well-known civil rights campaigner, said the treatment of prisoners in the H Blocks was "squalid, cowardly and bestial".
    BBC, Northern Ireland 1979 archives, 30 December 2009.

  13. Question Of The Day (28-April-17)

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  14. one robot say R1 goes the first 3 km and stops..a second robot R2 goes and supplies energy for the R1 now R1 has the capacity to go 10 km..and R2 can go 7 km

    now R1 goes 3 more km and reaches 6km and stops...Another robot R3 goes the first 3km and reaches R2 and recharges R2 so that R2=10km energy

    now R2 goes 3 more km and reaches R1 and recharges R1..R1 now gets 10km energy.

    R1 goes the rest 4 km and comes back to R1= 10-4+4= 2 km energy...R2=7km R2 tranfers energy for 3 km to R1= 2+3=5km and R2= 7-3=4km

    they both go back 3km and reach the point where R3 is ie, 3 km away from base R1=5-3=2 km and R2= 4-3=1 km and R3 =7 km energy...

    R3 supplies 1 km energy to R1( now 2+1= 3 km energy) and 2 km energy to R2( 1+2=3 km energy) R3 has 7-3=4km energy remaining after supplying R1 and all 3 robots can return to base 3 km away from their current position


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